THE GOVERNMENT SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIET NAMIndependence - Freedom - Happiness No. 09/NQ-CP Ha Noi, February 03, 2019 RESOLUTION THE GOVERNMENT’S REGULAR MEETING – JANUARY 2019 THE GOVERNMENT Pursuant to the Law on Organization of the Government dated June 19, 2015; Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 138/2016/ND-CP dated October 01, 2016 promulgating the working regulation of the Government; Based on the discussion of the delegates and the conclusion of the Prime Minister at the Government’s regular meeting in January 2019, held on January 31, 2019, DECIDES 1. On the socio-economic situation in January 2019 and the implementation of the Government’s Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP The Government agreed that the socio-economic situation in January 2019 continued to witness positive changes. The people believed in the leadership of the Party and the State. Most ministries, agencies and localities had issued specific programs and action plans to … [Read more...] about The Government’s regular meeting-January 2019
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Asia Pacific | Workers’ Activism Rises as China’s Economy Slows. Xi Aims to Rein Them In. Supported by ByJavier C. Hernández Feb. 6, 2019 BEIJING — Factory workers across China are staging sit-ins demanding unpaid wages for “blood and sweat.” Taxi drivers are surrounding government offices to call for better treatment. Construction workers are threatening to jump from buildings if they don’t get paid. With economic growth in China weakening to its slowest pace in nearly three decades, thousands of Chinese workers are holding small-scale protests and strikes to fight efforts by businesses to withhold compensation and cut hours. The authorities have responded with a sustained campaign to rein in the protests, and most recently detained several prominent activists in the … [Read more...] about Workers’ Activism Rises as China’s Economy Slows. Xi Aims to Rein Them In.
MANILA -- It’s that time of year when dragons come out to play. The Chinese New Year, also called the Lunar New Year, and also known as the Spring Festival, falls on February 5 but celebrations begin today on what the Chinese consider as the New Year’s Eve. But don’t think the festivities only run for two days – the Spring Festival actually lasts for 15 days, beginning from the new moon on New Year’s Day until the full moon on the Lantern Festival. In China, stores are closed for the first five days of their longest holiday season so much of the shopping must be done before the red letter date. The Chinese can enjoy no work for at least a week, some as long as 10 days, or even until the Lantern Festival. Why such a long vacation? Well, it could be because the advent of a New Year is welcomed with great ceremony and a host of traditions designed to bring families together and attract prosperity in the coming year. In fact, their planning involves two main … [Read more...] about 8 Ways to Attract Good Fortune this Chinese New Year
Love letters Loveland is the perfect place from which to send your Valentine’s Day cards and love letters. Send your stamped cards in a larger envelope to: Postmaster, Attention Valentines, 446 E. 29th St., Loveland, CO 80538-9998. You must have proper postage on all of your cards and letters. According to the Loveland Chamber of Commerce, senders can drop off their larger envelope, containing properly stamped cards, at any Colorado USPS Post Office (addressed to the Loveland Postmaster) with no additional postage required on the larger envelope. The deadline for Colorado and Wyoming destinations is Feb. 9. For other U.S. destinations, it’s Feb. 7. Every year, the Sweetheart City postmarks more than 100,000 valentines from around the world. More information at loveland.org/programs/valentine-re-mailing-programMore in Loveland Loveland is also launching its “Sweetheart Festival – Love, Locks and Lights.” Celebrate the valentine season with love, lights and … [Read more...] about Cheap Valentine’s Day ideas, BOGO froyo and more Denver-area deals you can score in February
An angry neighbour sent a Wellingborough family an anonymous letter complaining that their Christmas light display made their December "hell". The Beetsons have raised almost £24,000 for charity since 2007 through donations from people that have enjoyed their festive display.But some residents were less than happy and opted to voice their discontent through the medium of an anonymous letter, dated December 31.It read: "Just a note of thanks from a few of us for making our December/Christmas, absolute HELL again."The constant noise, the traffic and on occasions being unable to get on or off our own driveways is not why we chose Torrington Road."Maybe next year you can consider others and have your over the top display somewhere other than on a residential housing estate." Karl Beetson took to Facebook to expose the incognito 'bah humbug' and address their concerns.He said traffic was managed as best as possible with the help of road closures, parking reminders, cones and … [Read more...] about ‘Thanks for making our December hell’: Wellingborough family receive angry anonymous letter from neighbours complaining about Christmas lights